Antonio Attolini Lack

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José Antonio Attolini Lack
Born 24 April 1931
Ciudad Juárez
Died 28 February 2012(2012-02-28) (aged 80)
Mexico City
Nationality Mexican
Alma mater Escuela Nacional de Arquitectura

José Antonio Attolini Lack (24 April 1931 – 28 February 2012)[1] was a Mexican architect.

Biography[edit]

Attolini graduated at the Faculty of Architecture of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in Mexico City in December 1955. He has designed several recognized commercial and religious buildings, as well as accommodation buildings. The first buildings he realized predominantly in Mexico City, in León and in Cuernavaca. Since 1955 he has been professor of architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the UNAM. After 1970 he also lectured at the Universidad La Salle and later also at the Universidad Anáhuac del Sur. He is emeritus member of the Academia Mexicana de Arquitectura.[2] In 1992 he was awarded the Gold medal in the II Biennale of Architecture and in 2002 he was honored with the National Prize of Architecture in Mexico.

Awards[edit]

  • 1961: Premio Casa-habitación
  • 1992: Gold medal, II biennale of architecture
  • 2002, 2008: National prize of architecture (awarded twice)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Antonio Attolini Lack (1931-2012),(Spanish), abgerufen am 11. August 2012
  2. ^ Enrique Chao: El todo y la parte: juego de la armonía. (Spanish)

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